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Iced Espresso

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Tully's Japan this week started selling a premium espresso drink on ice, which uses Arabica beans roasted domestically and prepared with an espresso machine per order. Price: 320 yen.

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iced espresso? must taste like crap. i wonder which civil-war poverty stricken country they sourced their coffee THIS time.

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I make it at home all the time with my bialetti mocha. It's awesome in the summer.

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About 3 years after Starbucks.....

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Thank you for the news about this caffeinated beverage.

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And 2 years after McBunolds

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Not so much a "New Product" as "Tully's trying to catch up with everyone else"

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And if you look to the right of this article, it blames bad breath on stress. The label on this product should read "exhibit A"

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I just keep coming back to read this article - it's a like a magnet.

Staring longingly at the picture is the next best thing to lining up at my local Tullys store and purchasing this refreshing, iced beverage for the very reasonable price of 320 yen.

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I like Tully's coffee better than Starbuck's, myself. I will try this.

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Altria, either I'm really tired, or that's some funny schtick you're doing. My co-workers have started avoiding me.

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Iced Espresso?? that is nuts.

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It doesn´t taste as the hot espresso. But can you drink the hot one in the Japanese sauna-summer?

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Dunno who invented the iced coffee things but they had rather shoot him.

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"But can you drink the hot one in the Japanese sauna-summer?"

I've heard that drinking hot drinks helps to beat the sauna-heat. I don't believe that, though, I think drinking ice-cold drinks helps to beat the sauna-heat.

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